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Featured Blog Posts

Quiz: How My Personality Annoys Co-Workers!
Please share the quiz with this link:  How My Personality Annoys My Co-Workers! Information is power.  Get "intel" about how[...]
Featured in Glamour.com: The Single Most Important Advice for Your Career
Good career advice and career guidance are like a good hairstyle.  You want to know where to get it and[...]
Empowering the Quiet Team Leader from the Back of the Room
Quiet Team Leader.  Definitely a high point to be featured by Dan McCarthy on his Great Leadership Bog.  This post[...]

Recent Blog Posts

Zen in an Annoying World in 3 Simple Steps
How can you stay calm, cool and collected when everything and one around you is dancing on your last nerve? [...]
Confidence Can Be Annoying
Confident people can be annoying.  They always know what they want and how to get it.  Isn't it the dream[...]
The Corks of My Life
Think about the items that have traveled with you throughout your life.  The strange, intangible objects that you choose to[...]
Live 2019 Forward!
Hindsight is always annoying.  It reminds us of what we could have known.  Should have known.  Let's re-frame it in[...]
Your Second Act: GGRR = Give. Growth. Redemption. Relevance.
It's that time of year again.  The end of one year and the start of a new one.  Your chance[...]
TEAM: Together Everyone Annoys Me
I declared war on annoying people in 2017 with the release of my book Managing Annoying People.  Now it seems[...]
Battle Fatigue
Commonly known as PTSD - Post Traumatic Stress Disorder according to the Mayo Clinic is a mental health condition that's[...]
Why Thanksgiving is the Best Invention Ever
Lately there is no escaping talk about politics.  There is so much debate between viewpoints, pundits analyzing each action.  It's[...]
4 Reasons Coffee is Always the Correct Answer
You may remember reading the 3 Reasons the Perfect Coffee Ritual Matters. The cliff notes are: The ratio between cream[...]
When the Gym Stops Working…
What happens when the gym becomes inconvenient?  Read my post in Sixty and Me to get your chores done and take[...]
No Place for Hate
Adding my voice to say:  No place for hate.  This means all the time, in all you do, especially in the[...]
10 Ways Smart People Stay Calm by Dr. Travis Bradberry
Dr. Travis Bradberry is one of my favorite heroes.  He intuitively understands truths about the human condition.  Dr. Bradberry taps[...]
What if I Have No Problems?
Lately every blog, news, mode of social media is telling me how to do something better or giving me steps[...]
The Truth About Friction with Millennials: It’s Jealousy
Managing millennials evokes strong feelings.  Like most truths, there is an incredibly simple explanation.  No matter how much rationalization, exploration[...]
Part IV – The Finale: Diary of a Millennial Job Seeker
Our millennial is offered the job!  Isn't that the goal?  Yes and no.  We need adequate income, purpose and clarity. [...]
Part III: Diary of a Millennial Job Seeker
This is the story that just keeps on giving.  Next our Job Seeker is asked to come for a full[...]
Part II: Diary of a Millennial Job Seeker
What happened on the interview?  Thanks again to my guinea pig we have a view from the inside.  I actually[...]
Diary of a Millennial Job Seeker
Honored to have a true millennial guest blogger.  The names and places have been changed to protect everyone! Part I.[...]
5 Clues on How to Spot a Toxic Interview Process
How much do you really know about the interview process? There seems to be a lot of movement in the[...]
Amazon’s Response to Hiccups
Without fail I can predict that something will go wrong.  Small hiccups, freak accidents, and human error.  It often feels[...]

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